this came from a bonus section from taste of home magazine. they can be made into a modified turtle cookie, if you add the optional pecans.
this comes from the winner of the top 10 food blogs of 2012 by saveur, lottie and doof, and they got it from the cookbook "jerusalem" by yotam ottolenghi and sami tamimi". lottie and doof say it's the best thing they made in 2012.
my husband does not like the gooey icing of german chocolate cake, so i found this pretty slick alternative! it has all the flavors, but a very distinct "crunch", it almost caramelizes on top of the cake. try it, i think you will be pleasantly surprised!
this simple recipe (with a few of my own embellishments) is printed on the side label of a bottle of orange muscat champagne vinegar from trader joes. i think a scattering of toasted pepitas would be extra nice. posting the recipe for all those joeheads o
this recipe has been in my family for many years. originally, we are from jalisco, mexico where this mexican favorite originated. this is better than anything you'll ever get in a "corporate" mexican restaurant in the u.s. sorry, el torito... prep tim
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